Webinar for Health Informatics

You’re Invited! New Health Informatics Webinar

New Health Informatics Webinar Announced! Curious about Health Informatics? Want to get the inside scoop? Attend the informational webinar! This coming Tuesday, October 20th from 7-8pm, learn all about the program’s structure, support resources, and industry demand – straight from UNE Online’s staff! Go to to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8391377455423394818 reserve your spot. We’re looking forward to sharing program details…

Brittany Roy, center, UNE MPH candidate, 2015

Student Spotlight: Brittany Roy, MPH ’15

This August, a group of UNE students and advisors participated in an immersion experience in Ghana. Students worked alongside Ghana Health Service, community health educators and the community to provide healthcare services to the twin cities of Sekondi and Takoradi. Participants of the program engaged in direct health services, interprofessional collaboration, community education and academic…

Paul Grimaud CAGS AEL

Student Spotlight: Paul Grimaud CAGS: AEL

Paul Grimaud earned his CAGS in Advanced Educational Leadership (AEL) from the University of New England in 2015. He talks about his experience and how he is currently applying his knowledge in the field. Can you tell us a little about yourself, and what encouraged you to pursue your CAGS: AEL? I want to further…

Crumpled note paper

Creating Effective Writing Assignments: The Discourse Community Framework

Using the writing process – often a complex, messy and mysterious process for students – is crucial for graduate level success. Students not only need to grapple with understanding course concepts, they must be able to express them professionally and intelligently. Well-designed writing prompts, with the addition of writing support, can provide the extra guidance…

Dr. Stephen DeMeo and his Fellowship Group at Duke University

Student Spotlight: Dr. Stephen DeMeo, DO, MMEL

  Some background I grew up in Kingston NH, (not far from UNE) but moved to Pennsylvania for both undergraduate years, and medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. From there I stayed in the Philadelphia area and completed a residency in Pediatrics at the AI duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington DE,…

Kobe, University of New England Masters of Public Health Graduate

Online grad school: the best decision for Kobe, MPH

UNE MPH Graduate, Kobe, describes his experience getting his Master’s of Public Health at UNE Online. We spoke to Kobe directly after the hooding ceremony this past May. As a part of the reception/celebration for family and friends after the ceremony, you can clearly hear that we had some great live music. What you can’t…

Gisele Kouevi, MPH

Online grad school: a worthwhile experience for Gisele Kouevi, MPH

Your life changes when you decide to go to grad school. Some of these changes are unique and positive, like meeting new people undergoing the same intense experience, and deepening your knowledge in a field that interests you. Some of the changes are difficult, like trying to juggle your personal life, your time and money,…

Sahra Odowa, MPH

Online grad school: a better life experience for Sahra Odowa, MPH

Getting a degree online is a very personal endeavor. It’s an intense experience, and you really get to know your classmates and your professors. You have that bond of working incredibly hard to accomplish something big. And thinking about it, online grad school is bound to be intensely personal. How can it not be? Some…

Kiersten Barney, MPH

Online grad school: a growth experience for Kiersten Barney, MPH

Time, money, heart, and soul all go into getting a higher ed degree. It’s not for the faint of heart. UNE has rigorous standards of academic integrity – but we also have unparalleled levels of student support. Our goal is to see that you thrive in UNE’s academic atmosphere. You work hard, and we’ll support…